AB, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1959. Doctor of Laws, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1970. Master of Arts; Jessie Smith Noyes scholar, University Chicago, 1960.
Postgraduate, University Chicago, 1961. Juris Doctor, University Chicago, 1964. Doctor of Laws, Delaware State College, 1970.
Doctor of Laws, Delaware State College, 1972.
With Midwest Inter-Library Loan Center, Chicago, 1959-1964. Assistant professor economics Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1964-1965. Practice in, 1965-1971.
Acting dean of college Shaw University, 1965-1966, dean, 1966-1967, vice president academy affairs, 1967-1969. Lecturer Citizenship Laboratory, 1968-1969, president, 1969-1971, Morgan State College, Baltimore, 1971-1974. Vice president for planning and development Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities, Cincinnati, 1974-1976, president, 1976-1978.
Executive director Washington Center, New York Institute of Technology, 1978-1985. Director senior executive development program. Government of Bermuda, 1983-1985.
Vice president, dean graduate studies New York Institute of Technology, 1985-1990, senior vice president institutional advancement, 1990-1992, vice president academy affairs, 1992-1996. Vice president marketing, sales and public relations Brain–computer interface Contractors, Baltimore, 1996-1997. Senior advisor Vision 21 NYIT, since 1997.
President International Planning Group, Global Learning Network. Consultant United States Office Education, 1967, Institutional Studies Commission Kittrell (North Carolina) College, 1967. Consultant, program evaluator United States Office Education and United States Office Economic Opportunity.
Member Mayor's Committee on United Nations Observance, 1967-1971. Member Task Force, The Vital University (sponsored by Science and Society program North Carolina State University), 1968-1969. Chairman North Carolina advisory committee to the United States Civil Rights Commission, 1969-1970, member Maryland advisory committee.
Member advisory council North Carolina Regional Medical Program, 1968-1969.
Board directors GROW, Inc., Educational Resources Institute, East St. Louis, Illinois, Baltimore Urban League, Baltimore Museum Art. Member advisory board W.H. Trentman Mental Health Center of Wake County. Member New England Forensic Championship Team, 1967-1968.
Member North Carolina Association Colleges, Association Eastern North Carolina Colleges, Academy Political and Social Science, Raleigh Business and Professional League, Southea. Lawyers Association, Nature Conservancy (board directors), Delta Sigma Rho.
Married Annette Walker, August 10, 1968. Children: King Virgil III, Kahlil, Antoinette, Antoine.